Early
Oct
 2023

Art Next Expo

Art Next Expo is on a mission to discover the next big names in art, and connect young, fresh talent with the world of professional collectors, curators, and fans. 

This three-day event presents an outstanding collection of work by emerging artists from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, and around the world, including Asia, Europe, North America, and South Africa.

Unlike other art fairs that require sometimes hundreds of dollars just to get in, Art Next does not charge an admission fee, as one of their aims is to make the art world accessible to all. Art fans should not miss out on this great chance to acquire a truly unique piece of work at an affordable price, and interact directly with the artists themselves.

Causeway Bay’s Lawson Place has been selected as the venue for this year’s event. Visitors should take the time to see all of the Expo’s displays, ranging from street art, mixed media, photography, ink, calligraphy, large-scale installations, and sculpture.  

The 2019 lineup included a Diversity Series, featuring galleries, special exhibitions, and art groups that embody the next wave of contemporary art, with a focus on multiculturalism.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
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